August 30, 2021 (Roanoke, Va.) – Four Blacksburg- and Roanoke-based entrepreneurs working with machine intelligence, drone docking stations, healthcare credentialing, and thermal sensing have been selected to RAMP’s Fall 2021 Cohort focused on technology startups. The companies were selected in a rigorous application and interview process by RAMP, the Regional Accelerator and Mentoring Program for Southwest Virginia, to receive mentoring and other resources in the intensive 13-week program starting September 13.
- ArchiveCore (Lennox McNeary) has created a cloud-based software that uses distributed ledger technology to simplify healthcare credentialing.
- Corvus Labs (Spencer Leamy) utilizes machine intelligence to augment and enhance human performance.
- ThermaSENSE (Ali Roghani) provides real-time, accurate, and non-invasive measurements of internal temperature and properties of almost any object.
- Cowden Technologies (Mickey Cowden) has designed a smart docking station for drones, enabling remote environment management without requiring human supervision.
THESE COMPANIES ARE ON THEIR WAY TO CREATING 10X IMPACT AND WE COULDN’T BE ANY PROUDER. CONGRATULATIONS TO CORVUS LABS, THERMASENSE, AND COWDEN TECHNOLOGIES. ALL ARE MEMBERS OF OUR CO-SPACE, COGRO.